2021 ASCAP Plus Award Recipient!
Guest appearance on Song Foolery with Dr. Mary Matthews and host Ginny Tutton!
Glowing review about "Beatboxing and Beyond" in The Flutist Quarterly by Jessica Dunnavant: "Beatboxing and Beyond is a revelation—it's a worthy addition to all our libraries. The explanations alone are clearer than most I've seen, and the breakdown of steps for how to achieve the desired effect is brilliant. Chamberlain's etudes are accessible and challenging, and as with so much of her music, they're also clever and fun." Get your copy of "Beatboxing and Beyond"
New article on TheFluteExaminer.com about the ten year collaboration between Dr. Mary Matthews and myself titled "Beatboxing and Beyond: Flute, Friendship, and a Pandemic Project Brought to Life".
Live recordings of all my pieces are now available! You can take a listen here
Dr.Mary Matthews and I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Music Herstory Podcast where we discussed our professional careers, collaboration, composing and performing new music, our new method book, representation in the composition and collegiate worlds, as well as issues of equity. You can listen below:
Hit the Bricks for woodwind quintet selected as Finalist for the 2021 National Flute Association's Newly Published Music Competition in the Woodwind Quintet Category.
New Spotted Rocket Publishing website has been launched! All of my works can now be purchased there. You can also buy physical copies of most works if you prefer. Also, you can find Brian Chamberlain's compositions on the new site too. Things are automated and you no longer have to wait on me to have time to send your purchases!
I was featured on Oberlin's "The Fluture Is Now" radio show hosted by Mike Zellers. You can listen here.
I'm writing a method book with Dr. Mary Matthews about extended technques for the flute. Watch the announcement below:
2020 ASCAP Plus Award Recipient!
Digital world premiere of my composition "Everything is fine." for woodwind quintet commissioned and performed by Maryland Chamber Winds. You can watch the video of the performance here.
National Flute Association's 2020 Newly Published Music Competition results are out: Salty for flute and clarinet won the mixed duets category, To Love Is to Act for alto flute and vibraphone made finalist in the low flutes category, and Imperial Topaz for contrabass flute got an honorable mention in the low flute category. Thanks to my commissioners and premiere performers who made the new music possible!